Hello everyone. I just joined Hubpages and am loving it! Hubpages allows me to write what I want, when I want and to the degree I feel inspired. As other hubbers have mentioned, when you maintain your own blog, you are limited to a pretty narrow focus in order to monetize and popularize your blog. Hubpages has given me my freedom back!
My question is this - if, on some random day, I decided to publish all my hubpages in a particular group as a book, can I do that? You know, what would be great would be if somehow hubpages helped hubbers do just that - make e-books of their best material. Just a thought...
Please let me know if re-publishing my content as a book would be okay.
Given that you own the copyright of original material you create for your Hubs, I don't see why making a book later would be an issue.
All material is copyrighted to you unless you sign a contract to say otherwise, so, of course you can publish it in a book. It wouldn't do HubPages any harm either if such a book became a success.
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